Maggie is a dancer, educator, advocate and arts administrator. She has proudly passed Cecchetti exams through the Professional Advanced level as a dancer and holds the Cecchetti Professional Intermediate teaching certificate. She currently dances with Sylvidances, a Washington, D.C. based dance company.
In addition to serving as Secretary on the Board of the Cecchetti Council Of America - East Coast Committee, she is also a recipient of the CCA-ECC New Teacher Scholarship to study the method in Michigan.
While on scholarship at Goucher College, Maggie received her BA in dance and elementary education, danced in the corps de ballet of The National Ballet, taught with Clancyworks Dance Company's out-reach program, studied contemporary dance at The Universidad Federal do Rio De Janeiro (Brasil), and wrote dance curriculum for the Montgomery County Public School system.
After graduating from Goucher College, she relocated to New York City where she enjoyed a fruitful career as a dancer and teacher. She happily taught for numerous NYC organizations including The School at Steps (children's division of Steps On Broadway), Long Island City School of Ballet, New Dance Group, The Hudson Guild and The Children's Aid Society. Off the stage she worked with Doug Varone and Dancers, DANY Studios|The Joyce Theater Foundation, and Steps On Broadway.
She performed/collaborated with SilCo Dance Theatre, Cheshire Productions, Kerplunk Dance, Built4Collapse Productions, Lynn Barr Dance Theatre, and others. She also served on the Junior Committee for Dance/NYC, a leading dance advocacy organization in New York City.